Strataford Inc. is set to announce an IP valuation of $2 billion for its portfolio of products and services, a valuation that would make it the second-highest-valued intellectual property company in the world.
The company is also set to pay an initial $1 billion valuation for its intellectual property in a lawsuit against Apple Inc. over patents that have been licensed for the iPhone, iPad, iPod and Mac.
Stratafords valuation would make Stratafield the second highest-valued company in North America.
Stratford said in a statement that the valuation would be based on a range of factors including: the potential impact of Apple’s patents on the Stratafab products; the likelihood of a successful outcome in the StratoCase case; Strataforto’s ability to continue producing Strataflabs products after Apple’s lawsuit; and StrataFirms ability to compete in a growing market.
Strataford, a technology company based in New Jersey, has developed some of the most advanced technologies in the semiconductor industry.
It has developed a range